InterActual Player

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    October 28, 2007  |   By Lucien_Sabre


    I don't like anything.


    I had this on my old laptop (who runs still with Windows 98) and it was very good. But I erased it by mistake and when I downloaded it, I found there is NO WAY that it works with Windows nowadays, because ALL THE PROGRAMS TO CHANGE .DMG FILES TO .EXE FILES DON'T WORK WITH THIS. So, everybody, KEEP LARGE OF InterActual Player....unless you have MAC.

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  • Reply by chuckp7860 on May 22, 2008

    Seems like I got this on a newer version of Nero, which by the way stinks, the older versions are much better, but, it downloaded with Nero and it kept coming up with an error message failed due to a problem with video subsystem. Wasn't for sure if it was Windows or the program itself.

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